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Buy to let mortgages
Product Initial Rate Until Then Changing To The Overall Cost For Comparison Is Product Fee
2 year buy to let discount D277 2.99% 30/06/2018 5.95% 5.40% APRC £199 product fee. £120 completion fee. Valuation Fee payable according to the Society's scale.
3 year buy to let discount D272 3.79% 31/05/2019 5.95% 5.50% APRC £999 product fee. £120 completion fee. Valuation Fee payable according to the Society's scale.
5 year buy to let fixed rate F210 3.99% 31/07/2021 5.95% 5.30% APRC £999 product fee. £120 completion fee. Valuation Fee payable according to the Society's scale.


Darlington Building Society are required to provide you with Standard Information which is a representative of the current mortgages, which is set out below:

Standard InformationRepresentative Example
The total amount of credit£116,350
Duration of the contract22 Years
The duration of the fixed/variable/tracker period2 Years (variable)
The initial fixed/variable/tracker rate2.39%
The amount of the fixed/variable tracker instalments£570.38 (variable)
The number of the fixed/variable/tracker instalments24
The frequency of the fixed/variable/tracker instalmentsMonthly
Our Standard Variable Rate5.95% (variable)
The duration of the Standard Variable Rate period20 Years (variable)
The frequency of the Standard Variable Rate instalmentsMonthly
The amount of Variable Rate Installments£775.88 (variable)
The total amount payable£200,000
Mortgage Redemption Fee£100
Product Fee£549
Completion Fee£120
The overall cost for comparison5.4% APRC


If all or part of your income is in a currency other than Pound Sterling (£), you should be aware about the risks of fluctuations in currency exchange rates. If the value of the relevant currency moves against you by at least 20% then that may make it more difficult for you to afford your mortgage payments. Your mortgage is secured against your home, if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage your home may be repossessed.